Americas Watchdog Warns All US Homeowners To Not Finance Or Refinance Their Home Without Using The Mortgage Inspection Service First

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Is it wise to refinance or finance a home without a mortgage document inspection form an expert? According to Americas Watchdog, "when it comes to financing or refinancing a home, our Mortgage Inspection Service, is the oldest and best known group for protecting homeowners from being over charged on a mortgage in the US. From a consumer standpoint, we have never seen mortgage industry worse, when it comes to overcharging innocent homeowners, or individuals about to purchase or refinance a home." To learn more about this unique and invaluable mortgage inspection service, feel free to call the Mortgage Inspection Service anytime at 866-714-6466, or visit their web site at Http://MortgageInspectionService.Com

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over time other inspection services have popped up , but more often than not they are mortgage lenders trying to steal a borrower from another lender. The only reason we do a consumer mortgage document inspection and review before a refinance or home loan finance is to save consumers money and or to prevent them from being cheated.

Americas Watchdog created the Mortgage Inspection Service as the first US consumer friendly mortgage document inspection service, designed to protect innocent homeowners from being overcharged, or cheated on a mortgage or home refinance. The service is inexpensive, and the mortgage document audit typically saves the average US consumer about to finance or refinance a home hundreds if not thousands of dollars. The Mortgage Inspection Service provides a homeowner about to finance or refinance a home with a narrative report detailing what mortgage fees are legitimate, and or what mortgage fees are junk or unwarranted charges, that do little more than gouge a consumer. The cost for this service is $75 and every homeowner about to finance or refinance their home should utilize this highly regarded unique mortgage inspection service. Homeowners about to refinance, individuals about to buy a home, or family or friends are encouraged to share this press release with their loved ones. For more information about the Mortgage Inspection Service please call 866-714-6466, or visit their web site at Http://MortgageInspectionService.Com

According to Americas Watchdog, "we created the Mortgage Inspection Service after we created the National Mortgage Complaint Center. We discovered there was not nationwide safety net for consumers about to finance or refinance a home. Over the years we have saved thousands of consumers hundreds,if not thousands of dollars on each report we have done. There is no service even close to the Mortgage Inspection Service in the US." The group says, "over time other inspection services have popped up , but more often than not they are mortgage lenders trying to steal a borrower from another lender. The only reason we do a consumer mortgage document inspection and review before a refinance or home loan finance is to save consumers money and or to prevent them from being cheated."

What does the Mortgage Inspection Service mortgage document inspection & review report include?

  •      The written report and review will focus in on if the home loan borrower or homeowner about to refinance is getting a fair interest rate.
  •      The report will focus in on the fees being charged by the bank or mortgage broker.
  •      The report will focus in on the title insurance or escrow costs.
  •      The written mortgage document review uses the Good Faith Estimate the borrower gets before closing as the platform for its review.
  •      The cost of the report is $75 and the turn around time from start to finish is typically 48 hours or less. For more information a consumer or interested party can call the Mortgage Inspection Service anytime at 866-714-6466 or visit their web site at Http://MortgageInspectionService.Com

Note Corporate HR managers are encouraged to tell their employees about the Mortgage Inspection Service. "we try to make the mortgage process easy & simple to understand for a consumer. By providing this invaluable mortgage document inspection for consumers, we help save money for companies or organizations by making the process easier to understand for their employees." Translation: Employees spending less time with the mortgage company or bank trying to get an explanation of fees or interest rates.

Credibility Matters: Americas Watchdog & or its Mortgage Inspection Service have been featured on CNN, CBS, NPR, and in Newsweek Magazine, Money Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Good Housekeeping Magazine, CBS Market Watch, The Daily Telegraph of London, and numerous other national or international publications.

Real Estate agents, real estate professionals or financial advisors are welcome to link to the Mortgage Inspection Service on their web sites. Individuals, family members, HR managers, friends or others are encouraged to inform their co-workers, friends, clients or colleagues about the Mortgage Inspection Service. For more information about Americas Watchdog's Mortgage Inspection service anyone can call the group at 866-714-6466 or visit their web site at Http://MortgageInspectionService.Com

Americas Watchdog & its Mortgage Inspection Service is all about consumer protection & corporate responsibility & integrity.

A special note to the millions of US individuals facing foreclosure: The Mortgage Inspection Service provides an audit service to establish mortgage lender fraud, or unjustified fees in a mortgage, that may be helpful to a law firm in a foreclosure or bankruptcy proceeding. The cost for this service is $300. The group is warning all US citizens facing foreclosure to be extremely cautious in dealing with a so called foreclosure prevention firm. Many if not most of these firms are either frauds, in essence offering no service at all, or they are hucksters charging thousands of dollars for little more than a bank short sale. For the best advice about a foreclosure consult a licensed attorney, or law firm.

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